Lake Hodges Shoot

I went out hiking and decided to go to Lake Hodges. I believe this part I have not really seen before, though I did not go to the bridge which I have not been to yet. I hope to go to there again and get the bridge. The shoot went well, but I should have gotten a tripod, but I took these photos yesterday, and the weather was gorgeous but rather warm. It did take a bit out of me, but I was fine doing that. Though this is what I have now and I think I am ready for Elfin Forest. A lot of the photos are in Black and White as I seem to enjoy editing in B&W rather than in color as Color is a great look, but sometimes I feel like the landscape is better in B&W. I also tried to experiment laying down but that did not turn out too well, I guess I can reshoot that somewhere else. I think the look I was going for in B&W was Ansel Adams, but I think I did a good job. I should have stayed longer and gotten the Magic Hour, but I already got that, so I think I am set. I think I learned that sometimes it is good to hike around and survey for a good photograph and to experiment with new trails. I also went there as it is relatively close to my house as well. In the end I had a good photoshoot.

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My sad attempt at MOPA

I did not realize that Mopa was not open on the 13th, however I did get some good shots of Balboa park. I plan to go back tomorrow and take some more photos of this wonderful place and get a sweet selfie for this blog as well as my Social media platforms. 😛 I am had a lot of fun regardless, and still made it early for class and I really want to thank Deborah Small for offering this, but I need to not screw up and go when it is closed. Despite this, I googled the exhibition and found that my inspiration for this shoot is John Gossange as his black and white landscapes serve as in inspiration for all but one that I also kept in Color. I feel that Landscapes are an interesting form of photography as you can just be one with the camera and whatever you are shooting

. I find Black and white landscaping to be rather fascinating. Some of the photos that I saw on Google from him are all in Black and white, so I felt that editing in B&W is a tribue or a nod to him. Despite this, I should have photographed MOPA and gotten a Selfie of that, but tomorrow is another day. I hope to get a Part 2 of this blog post with my actual reactions and perhaps a Reshoot of the photos with my favorite artist from that exhibit. In the end, I enjoyed doing this assignment. Sorry, for not having anything from the get go.